Jenson Williams of Benton has been inducted into Holmes Community College’s Hall of Fame.
Each year, Holmes Community College faculty and staff members select the winners for the prestigious Hall of Fame.
Williams is an elementary education major specializing in history and science. Her honors include: 2020 English Composition Award, first place in 2020 Holmes Writing Competition, 2020 Most Valuable Crowd Leader for Cheer, President’s List freshman year and recognition as a Scholar Athlete. In addition to being a Holmes cheerleader, Williams is also a member of Phi Theta Kappa, Student Support Services and the Honors Social and Behavioral Science Class.
Her community involvement includes: representing Holmes as a cheer tryout judge/recruiter/clinic instructor in surrounding areas, representing Holmes Cheerleading as a performer and information table volunteer at Major Experience, volunteering at the Special Olympics in Grenada, working at several Deep South cheer competitions, representing Holmes at Cruisin’ for a Cure and participating in stunt clinics and open gyms. After graduating Holmes, Williams plans to attend Delta State University to earn a bachelor’s degree in elementary education.
She would also like to earn a master’s in special education and become a teacher who students look back and thank for the time and effort put into her career.